Tuesday, June 17, 2003

Joshua wrote:
When an atomic bomb goes off, there's a massive release of energy; an explosion of light so intense it vaporizes steel, turns concrete into glass and boils the water out of aquariums from miles away. There's a nanosecond pause after the explosion, where everything is exactly like it was a moment before, only a million degrees hotter. Then everything does what comes naturally: it explodes. That's the part you usually see.
Read the rest. It's chilling.

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